Go on an outdoor adventure in the Blue Ridge Mountains. You’ll have access to a vast natural region with several dramatic national parks. The Great Smoky Mountains is home to thick-forested mountain ranges blanketed in fog—an ambient place to visit if you’re into feeling secluded when camping. Shenandoah National Park is where you’ll enjoy cool outdoor activities backdropped by lush wildlife. The region is encompassed by 200,000 acres of forest, trails, waterfalls, lakes, and rivers, so you’ll be enjoying plenty of hiking, biking, swimming and kayaking. To start your getaway in the Blue Ridge Mountains, check out this selection of cabin rentals. They vary in styles and sizes, but one thing is certain: There is a place to call home for every kind of camper in this list.